Acute Alcoholic Intoxication In Alcoholism: Disease Bioinformatics
Acute Alcoholic Intoxication is the ingestion of a large amount of alcohol causing impaired judgment. The changes in behavior are acute, or short lived, but long term damage in the body is common in alcoholism. Alcoholism is the uncontrolled consumption of alcohol and is an addictive disease. Acute Alcoholic Intoxication in Alcoholism can be treated in different ways including medications, detoxification, and psychological help. Acute Alcoholic Intoxication in Alcoholism can have detrimental and long lasting effects on a person's life.
Acute Alcoholic Intoxication In Alcoholism Bioinformatics Tool
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